There are four types of geofencing: static, dynamic, soft, and hard. Static geofences are based on a fixed location, such as a home or office. The geofence is created by drawing a radius around the location on a map. Dynamic geofences are based on moving objects, such as a vehicle or person. The geofence is created by tracking the object’s location on a map. Soft geofences are based on a combination of static and dynamic locations. For example, a soft geofence could be created around a person’s home and office. The geofence would be created by drawing a radius around the home and office on a map. Hard geofences are based on physical barriers, such as walls or fences. The geofence is created by setting up a barrier on the map.